Mathura. In the district jail of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh, seven years ago, all the 14 accused in the gang war were acquitted by the sessions court. and ordered their release. All the eight eye-witnesses of the incident had turned hostile, due to which the court could not get the evidence.
Significantly, many of his accomplices, including Rajesh Tota, accused of killing the notorious gangster Brajesh Mavi of western Uttar Pradesh, were lodged in jail. Meanwhile, on January 17, 2015, a gang war broke out between Rajesh Tota and the accomplices of Brajesh Mavi, who was in jail. In this gang war, a prisoner of the jail died. Rajesh Tota, who was injured during the gang war, was killed on the way while being taken for treatment. 15 accused were named in this case, including Rajesh Tota.
Eight eyewitnesses have retracted their statements
District government advocate Shivram Singh Tarkar said that the matter was heard in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge (I) Anil Kumar Pandey. He said that on Monday, the court, while giving the verdict, acquitted all the accused, considering them free of charge, as all the eight eyewitnesses in this case have retracted their statements.
threatened to commit suicide
At the same time, some time ago a big news came out in Mathura district itself. Here in Vrindavan, a student has accused Bhagwatacharya Karshni Nagendra Maharaj and one of his companions, Devendra Shukla, of rape. According to the information, the girl student is studying nursing by living in an ashram in Vrindavan. The student has filed a case against Bhagwatacharya Karshni Nagendra Maharaj, in-charge of western India of Kashi Vidya Parishad, and one of his associates, Devendra Shukla, for rape, assault and threatening to kill. At the same time, the victim had threatened to commit self-immolation in the police office on February 21, accusing the police of not taking action, after which this case was registered.